Effective Use Of Video Learning Objects in Your Classroom Integrating Instructional Video (ITV) into Your Lesson Plans Boy Watching Sharks in Aquarium. Corbis, 2011. Image.15 February 2011. <http://www.discoveryeducation.com/>.
Define objective Determine media needs based on objective Locate, PREVIEW, and download media Design lesson plan Introduce objective to students Frame: Preview activity to introduce media Focus: Instruction using media Follow-up: Post-viewing activity for extension Follow-up and Evaluation The Process
Frame Ensure students know what you expect them to learn from the media and for what they are responsible: Prepare them to learn by using an activity to connect to prior knowledge Introduce a graphic organizer to help them record and analyze information they see in the media
Focus • Do not turn off all the lights if possible. • Watch with your students. (model the desired behavior) • Use the power of your media player to use the media interactively and point out important content • Use “Thumbs up” technique, graphic organizers, etc. for interactive experience
Follow-up FlickrCreativeCommons by chrisschuepp Follow-up the media experience Summarize the content Generate discussion Make students accountable for the media content Extend the learning and involve other modalities through kinesthetic and immersion activities
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